Presentations from the KVM Forum held on August 15-16, 2011 in Vancouver Canada. For those unfamiliar with KVM it stands for Kernel-based Virtual Machine and it is a full virtualization solution for the Linux operating system on x86 hardware containing virtualization extensions (Intel VT or AMD-V). KVM is the hypervisor that is part of the Linux kernel.
For a better understanding, you are strongly encouraged to look at the slides while watching the videos. Included is a zip file that contains the slide decks in PDF format for all of the presentations.
Downloaded all videos posted by Red Hat to youtube.com and converted them to webm with:
ffmpeg -i filename.mp4 -f webm -s 624x352 -b 600k -ab 64k filename.webm
This makes them available at a much smaller streaming bitrate (about one half to one third the original sizes) while still retaining reasonable quality... in a free software video container/codecs available on archive.org for posterity.
More videos may become available once The Linux Foundation is done with their site maintenance that took place in Sept and Oct of 2011.
NOTICE: There may be occasional curse words used by the presenters.